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    Roy Hodgson's England team need to win their fans back

    England achieved something at Wembley that escaped them during the World Cup in Brazil - they won. It was unconvincing, uninspired and, perhaps most significantly, played out in front of an attendance that only just scraped above 40,000 against a Norway side that resides very much on world football’s undercard. The vast areas of red seats where supporters used to be was the sight of England’s fans voting with their feet after the letdown of the World Cup and in sharp contrast to the packed houses that have been in vogue for years in the Premier League. Wembley Stadium Just 40,181 turned out to watch England’s first match since the World Cup As preparation for the opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland in Basel on Monday, it served as little more than a morale-boo


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